The Joe Marcinek Band comes to the Midwest for a 4 day run of shows March 16-19, 2016. Joe will be joined by an all-star line-up, including Ropeadope Recording Artist Freekbass and Steve Molitz of Particle and Phil Lesh & Friends. This run of shows will take the acclaimed line-up through Columbus OH, Evansville IN, Kalamazoo MI and Neenah WI.
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (Jeff Hanna, Jimmie Fadden, Bob Carpenter and John McEuen) will host a star-studded televised PBS special throughout March that was filmed at the historic Ryman Auditorium during a sold-out performance as the iconic group celebrates its 50th anniversary. Click here to find dates and times for when the PBS Pledge Special airs in your hometown.
When Elephant Revival took to the studio in Maine to record their 4th LP – Petals(Thirty Tigers), with Josh Ritter’s long time collaborator and producer Sam Kassirer, it would be the first time doing so without founding member and singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sage Cook. It would also be the band’s studio introduction of Charlie Rose who stepped in Sage Cook’s place following his departure. For the uninitiated, Elephant Revival is a self-described Transcendental Folk Quintet band
The Indy 500 Snake Pit Presented by Coors Light is proud to announce the official lineup for 2016! Global electronic music icon SKRILLEX will headline, along with support by fast-rising superstar MARTIN GARRIX, popular acts ZEDS DEAD, and West Coast hip-hop producer, DJ MUSTARD.
BIG GIGANTIC--Dominic Lalli (saxophonist/producer) and Jeremy Salken (drummer)--is sharing some of the new music they've been busy cooking up with the release of their brand new single, "The Little Things." The track--featuring vocals from singer-songwriter Angela McCluskey--first premiered today (3/2) on
Preservation Hall’s annual Midnight Preserves series during Jazz Fest welcomes prominent artists from a variety of genres to join the Preservation Hall Jazz Band for intimate midnight concerts within the walls of our hallowed venue in the heart of the French Quarter.
San Francisco's Cool Ghouls have been busy preparing their 2016 campaign for rock'n'roll around the world, putting the finishing touches on a forthcoming LP and tightening up their new jams at house shows around their home city. The ghouls are hitting the road to spread the word up and down the West Coast later this month. They will start in Eugene, OR, make their way to Boise for Treefort Music Festival, and end up in Los Angeles, making stops all along the way.
Fans of the Madison, Wisconsin-based collective Natty Nation have been anticipating a new album since the group whet their appetite in 2010 with the emotive and anthemic single, “Suffice.” The song was the first new track since the group’s highly acclaimed 2008 album, Reincarnation. On March 11th, Natty Nation will release Divine Spark (iNatty Records). The album represents epiphanic spiritual and artistic journeys.
In the last few years Pittsburgh’s live music scene has been revitalized, especially for jam band lovers. Some recent notable visits include The String Cheese Incident, STS9, Umphrey’s McGee, Widespread Panic, Twiddle, Tauk, and Aqueous, to name a few. Out of this has influence come Pittsburgh’s own premier jam/psychedelic funk band, a group of young and talented musicians who call themselves The Clock Reads.